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Name
Comm
ands
Random writing
1402H
(Device Write
Random)
Multiple block
0406H
batch reading
(Device Read
Block)
Multiple block
1406H
batch writing
(Device Write
Block)
Remote RUN
1001H
(Remote Run)
Remote STOP
1002H
(Remote Stop)
Remote PAUSE
1003H
(Remote Pause)
Remote Latch
1005H
Clear
(Remote Latch
Clear)
Remote Reset
1006H
(Remote Reset)
CPU model name
0101H
reading
(Read Type Name)
Loop-back test
0619H
(Self Test)
LED OFF, error
1617H
code initialization
(Clear Error)
*1 With device extension specification, the number of points that can be set become fewer. When using the device extension specification,
calculate doubling the number of access points.
3 MC PROTOCOL
60
3.7 MC Protocol Command
Sub-
Contents of processing
comm
and
0001H
Writes data in 1-bit unit to a bit device by randomly specifying the device number.
0000H
• Writes data in 16-bit unit to a bit device by randomly specifying the device number.
• Writes data in 1-word unit or 2-word unit to a word device by randomly specifying
the device number.
0081H
• Writes data in 1-bit unit to MC protocol compatible devices or buffer memory of
intelligent unit.
• Indirectly specifies a buffer memory in the index register.
0080H
Writes data in 1-word (16-bits) or 2-word unit to MC protocol compatible devices or
buffer memory of intelligent unit.
0083H
Writes data in 1-bit unit to MC protocol compatible devices or buffer memory of
intelligent unit.
0082H
Writes data in 1-word (16-bits) unit or 2-word unit to MC protocol compatible devices
or buffer memory of intelligent unit.
0000H
Assumes an n point part of a bit device or word device as 1-block and reads data by
randomly specifying the multiple blocks.
(When specifying bit devices, 16-bit is intended in 1-point.)
0080H
Assumes an n point part of a MC protocol compatible devices or buffer memory of
intelligent unit as 1-block and reads data by randomly specifying the multiple blocks.
(When specifying bit devices, 16-bit is intended in 1-point.)
0082H
Assumes an n point part of a MC protocol compatible devices or buffer memory of
intelligent unit as 1-block and reads data by randomly specifying the multiple blocks.
0000H
Assumes an n point part of a bit device or word device as 1-block and writes data by
randomly specifying the multiple blocks.
(When specifying bit devices, 16-bit is intended in 1-point.)
0080H
Assumes an n point part of a MC protocol compatible devices or buffer memory of
intelligent unit as 1-block and writes data by randomly specifying multiple blocks.
(When specifying bit devices, 16-bit is intended in 1-point.)
0082H
Assumes an n point part of a MC protocol compatible devices or buffer memory of
intelligent unit as 1-block and writes data by randomly specifying multiple blocks.
0000H
Requests remote RUN to a device.
0000H
Requests remote STOP to a device.
0000H
Requests remote PAUSE to a device.
0000H
Requests remote latch clear when a device is in STOP mode.
0000H
Requests remote reset to cancel error stop mode of a device.
0000H
Reads a processor module name code (processor type) of a device.
0000H
Checks if normal communication is possible.
0000H
Clears all errors in batches and turns OFF LED.
Number of points
processed in one-
time update
188 points
(Number of word access
points)12+(number of
double word access
points)141920
188 points
(Number of word access
points)12+(number of
double word access
*1
points)141920
188 points
(Number of word access
points)12+(number of
double word access
*1
points)141920
960 points
960 points
960 points
960 points
*1
960 points
*1
960 points

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